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A. The importance of social security
B. A little history
C. Ideological background
D. Organisation
E. The Charter of the socially insured
F. Indexation of the social benefits
G. E-government
A. Salaried persons
B. Alternative financing
C. Self-employed persons
D. Civil servants
Statistics and budgets
A. Statistics – number of persons entitled to the main social benefits
B. Committed budgets (for the year 2008)
The Belgian social security scheme for salaried persons
A. Scope of application
B. Social security contributions
C. Extension of the salaried persons’ scheme
D. Non-submission to the salaried persons’ scheme
E. Merchant seamen
The various sectors of social security
Family benefits
A. Beneficiary
B. Allottee
C. Qualifying child
D. Benefit types
B. Benefits
C. Exclusion and sanctions
D. Early retired and young people having left school
E. Employment measures
Old-age pensions
A. More and more retired people
B. Retirement pensions
C. Survivor’s pensions
Medical care
A. The entitled
B. Types of medical care
C. Reimbursement rates
D. Maximum billing (“MàF”)
Sickness benefits
B. Self-employed persons
C. Federal civil servants
Maternity benefits
A. Maternity protection
B. Paternity leave
Accidents at work
A. Risks covered
B. Reimbursed damage
C. Payment of the indemnities
D. Liability
E. Civil servants
F. Self-employed persons
Occupational diseases
A. Occupational disease
B. Reimbursed risks
C. Civil servants
D. Self-employed persons
E. Asbestos Fund
Annual vacation
A. Blue-collar workers (and apprentice workers) and artists
B. (White-collar) employees (and apprentice employees)
The social insurance in case of bankruptcy
The social insurance in case of bankruptcy:
Aid for self-employed persons after the birth of a child or after an adoption
A. Maternity aid for self-employed women after the birth of a child
B. Adoption allowance
International aspects of social security
A. Introduction
B. International agreements on social security
C. The European Union (EU) – the European Economic Area (EEA) - Switzerland
Social assistance
A. Benefits for disabled persons
B. The right to social integration – integration income
C. Income guarantee for the elderly and indemnity for help to the aged
D. Guaranteed family benefits
Useful addresses and telephone numbers
A. Federal Public Services (former ministries)
B. Public social security institutions
C. Other institutions
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